Washington Business Journal: EastBanc’s CEO Explains Why He Went From Condos to Cold-Pressed Juice On This Prime Georgetown Real Estate
Anthony Lanier had an entirely different vision for the wedge-shaped piece of land at 2715 Pennsylvania Ave. NW than the place-holder outdoor bar that opened there late last month.
Sandlot Georgetown (2715 Pennsylvania Avenue NW) takes over a lot adjacent to the Four Seasons hotel that used to house a gas station. It opens at 4 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and noon Saturdays and Sundays. There’s room for 120 outdoor seats, including Adirondack chairs that face Pennsylvania Avenue NW.
After a day of visiting D.C.’s tourist attractions, bring the family to the Georgetown spot, Farmers Fishers Bakers. If you didn’t think you could enjoy waterfront dining in the heart of the city, think again!
Washingtonian: A Big Outdoor Food, Drink, and Entertainment Space That Highlights Black-Owned Businesses Is Opening in Georgetown This Week
Sandlot Georgetown takes over the site of a demolished gas station, and will offer 240 outdoor seats, weekly live entertainment—recently permitted by DC’s revised Covid regulations—and a rotating cast of food and drink vendors.
Artist Nara Park’s contribution to Georgetown Glow, which includes four other light-oriented installations, is “The Beginning of Everything,” a significantly scaled-up model of a nickel-iron meteorite that clobbered Arizona about 50,000 years ago.
A free outdoor art exhibit is back in Georgetown for its seventh year.
Georgetown’s many restaurants are stepping up to the challenge of COVID-19: several outdoor dining areas planted in side streets are open and bustling on M Street and Wisconsin Avenue NW.
A new project is adding more space to give people room to spread out.
Target areas for the new sidewalks — which will boost the surface area from just shy of 10 feet to an average of 15 feet — will run from 34th Street and 29th Street along M Street, and from Q Street and the Canal along Wisconsin Avenue.